What is crosscut parquet?
With crosscut parquet, rectangular blocks with the topside up are directly glued to a flat, dry screed. The topside of the blocks remains visible, giving this parquet a tremendous effect with the visible rings of all the blocks.
Why choose a crosscut parquet floor?
The topside of the wood is the hardest, which makes a crosscut parquet one of the strongest types of parquet floors available. Using this sawing method, this type of parquet floor has a higher pressure resistance. When installing this parquet floor, no nails or subfloor are required. And yet this parquet floor is sound insulating. This parquet floor has exceptional acoustic qualities. These floors are therefore perfectly suitable for workplaces and company premises.